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A shipment of medical cannabis exported from Uruguay in late 2019 to Europe is raising eyebrows, both about the buyer’s identity and the cargo’s sheer size.

The 1,000-kilogram (2,205-pound) shipment of high-THC cannabis flower was legally exported from Uruguay to Portugal late last year, according to Uruguayan customs documents viewed by Marijuana Business Daily. 

Yet the importer, purpose and final destination of the product remains largely a secret.

The customs document shows that Uruguay-based licensed producer Fotmer Life Sciences exported the flower to Portugal in exchange for $3.2 million, including cost, insurance and freight.

The Portuguese importer is not identified in the document, dated Oct. 23, 2019.

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Uruguay exports largest-ever shipment of high-THC flower, but buyer remains a mystery